I know this is lame. But I wouldn’t do it unless I HAD to. I’m selling some pages to raise money for a plane ticket to this year’s Heroes Con where I have a new book premiering. Please look into your heart and help me out if you can! http://nvansciver.wordpress.com/2014/03/10/heroes-con/
Go buy some Noah art.
PIX 2014 is honored to welcome Trina Robbins. Widely considered comics’ premiere feminist, she began her career in the world of science fiction and fantasy illustration in NYC, before moving to San Francisco in 1970, where she led the charge of inserting a much-needed feminist sensibility into the nascent underground comix scene. A creator, editor and, later, historian of drive and talent, she made an immediate mark by putting together the first all-woman underground comic book, It Ain’t Me Babe. Two years later she was a member of the founding collective behind Wimmen’s Comix(later Wimmin’s Comix). She continued to regularly write, draw and edit comics for the next two decades, and continues to be involved in comics production to the present (check out a chronological list of her comics work here: http://comicbookdb.com/creator_chron.php?ID=3080 ). The last twenty years has seen Trina evolve into widely read historian and archivist of the important contributions made by women to the first century of American comics. Catch up with Trina at http://www.trinarobbins.com
Don’t forget her new book Pretty in Ink!